Can you make a Skyline in an oversize model with at least .41" grip section like the MB 146? I find it too small of a grip which will cause cramping, but I do love the design.
I'd also like a scaled up Skyline if it's possible to make one. I've always liked the look of vintage Skylines, and similarly like the looks of your new production Skylines (especially the carbon fibre!), yet I prefer over sized pens. Even the Skyline executives are smaller than I'm used to.
The Oversized pens we plan to make will be in the Doric and Gold Seal Flat-top revival pens coming in 2014 and 2015. Rather than drag you through a long dissertation in business planning and budgeting, let alone the economics of pen production, lets just say that injection molding requires a huge up front capital asset outlay in tool and mold costs (in the quality we require - which has meant and would mean Swiss made molds) of approximately $125,000 cost. To make the Dorics or the Flat-tops does not require a mold. You can do the math and see what recovering $125,000 in tool cost let alone the other expenses of bringing a pen to market would require. So, off-shoots of the Skyline will not include oversized pens at present, but as you have seen does include variations on the theme that are very nice if I say so myself.
If Oversized is what you would like please be patient and wait until we produce the BIG pens in the Doric and Gold Seal Flat Top Series. Not the answer you were hoping for I know, but I would rather tell it like it is than string folks along hoping for something that will probably not happen any time soon.